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I happen to see this 2015 XG750 on FB from Sweet Sidecar in Florida. Posted pics here for your viewing pleasure. Different tub and hardware setup.

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This makes four 2015 XG750's with sidecars that I know of in the USA. All we need now is one in red...lol

Nice set up . They mounted it farther out. The sidecar wheel appears to be a motorcycle wheel with hub trimmed off . The Velorex has more room but that rig looks good

The sidecar goes on the right In USA. The countries that drive on the left side of the road put it on the left Sidecar should be on curb side .

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Yes that makes sense now, thanks.

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I had dreams of build one with a sidecar on both right and left side. The I realized it would just be a strange looking Trike.
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Just in case trailer. Sized to fit the big rig , the 750 also fits



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Smitty that only comes with foresight. Looks great and practical.

While it cools down in your part of the world, over here in the lower end, it is shorts only and a cloth to wipe your sweaty brow.

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Smitty that only comes with foresight. Looks great and practical.

While it cools down in your part of the world, over here in the lower end, it is shorts only and a cloth to wipe your sweaty brow.

I like having a trailer around for the bikes and ATV's. Also people we know from out of town come this way to visit Milwaukee HD museum . The trailer is always ready if they need help. I also have no real use for pick up trucks and the trail allows me to pick up stuff I may need. With this one , I wanted one that could haul the big rig or a trike also. I am still looking for the right tool box to go in front of the bikes. Moved the right fender out 1 inch for more clearance . 2 or 3 bikes would fit on it. 1 bike and 1 small sidecar rig would fit. A trike of large sidecar rig no problem.


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Curious on one aspect of the trailer, do you not have to have a registration/licence plate on the back, like you have on the towing vehicle? I note the rear lights and reflectors are there.

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Curious on one aspect of the trailer, do you not have to have a registration/licence plate on the back, like you have on the towing vehicle? I note the rear lights and reflectors are there.

Long as I am in Wisconsin no reg or plate needed. Yes to go out of state I would need the plate. Getting that in Jan. Goes on left side fender. Liberal Gov just jacked the cost up. $165 to reg the title and $50 dollars a year and that goes up as he sees fit. He wants money for free buses and trolleys.
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